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The writer notes that if the collider is operated on Sept. 10, and a black hole is created, he estimates a timeline for all of this to happen to take approximately four years, three months and seven days to reach critical mass. This, he wrote, “puts it on December 17, 2012 . . . with an error ratio of approximately 10 days plus or minus.” This means, he said, that the date of the end of everything for everybody could fall on December 21, 2012.
Originally posted by 12.21.12
Actually this is interesting because I was doing some math and I came to the conclusion that the Roman Calendar we use my be inaccurate by about 6.5 days or 6.6 days that have been lost overtime. Has anyone noticed that winter seems to be getting earlier every year?
[edit on 4-9-2008 by 12.21.12]